“When someone goes on a journey, he can tell something”. This is the beginning of Matthias Claudius' poem entitled Urian's Journey Around the World, and actually, is there something to tell, or is there more to experience? For many, a trip means getting to know foreign cultures, foreign tastes, and foreign people. And for some, there is no return from the trip, if only briefly. This is what happened to a friend who went on a month-long trip to Cambodia. Impressed by the country and the people who went about their work more pragmatically, he decided to go back and stay there for longer after he returned home, get involved in the new, and work in a new environment. Also, a journey for himself, to get to know himself, and to mature and “grow up”. So, after several years, he is still there and happy to have taken this step, which was an instructive time that shaped him in a new way. In the meantime, he has founded an organization with the local people, which is committed to environmental protection.
So, everyone has their own experiences when traveling or staying where they are. "Home is where my heart is" is what it aptly describes. You can be at home anywhere, and you do not need to depend on a particular place. Ultimately, this would mean that we combine happiness with external circumstances, but this is nothing more than a habit and a bond that is not necessarily healthy. "As long as you are not happy in your total solitude, everything you think is happiness is an illusion", said Osho, and it fits. Stay or become independent. Namaste!
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